Les Diablerets is a safe bet for late season skiing because of its 3000m high glacier which has year-round snow cover and where the ski lifts operate in to May.
The resort has announced a number of special offers running through April and beyond Easter to the 20th of the month.
The package is available in two- to four-star hotels and includes two nights in a double room with half-board and a three-day "Alpes Vaudoises" ski pass.
Two-star options include the Hotels du Pillon at 292 Swiss Francs. Three-star options include the hotels Les Sources or Le Chamois at 342 Swiss Francs; and four-star options are the Hotel des Diablerets or the Eurotel Victioria at 430 Swiss Francs.
Additional days can be added at between 124 Swiss francs (two-star) and 194 Swiss francs (four-star) per person per night.
A village which has developed over the centuries, Les Diablerets today is one of the few resorts still able to offer a traditional, unique Swiss mountain resort holiday. Les Diablerets has proudly maintained its character, expanding just enough to ensure visitors have all modern conveniences and requirements.
Its location is spectacular, with the majestic mountain peaks of the Vaudois Alps, and rich forested hillsides below running down to lush meadows. Across the valley stands the village itself. Winter sports fans need not fear this is one of those pretty places with not much else going on. The snow-capped mountains have lifts trundling along them year-round, with the Diablerets glacier welcoming summer skiers and 'boarders. However, the glacier lifts have not run in the summer recently, and only cross-country skiers have been able to enjoy the snow outside the winter months.
The ski region extends to 125km (75 miles) with a lift link over to Villars and Gryon in the winter months. The resort also participates in the Alpes Pass, which includes Les Mosses and Leysin. Passes of three days or more entitle holders to unconditional use of the lifts of the neighbouring Gstaad regional pass for a further CHF 10. The designer shopping mecca of Gstaad is just down the road, if the peaceful village life or the endless piste kilometres are too perfect for you.